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A majority of GOP candidates (299!) are election deniers

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That's not, you know, "winning."
Sadly, you are correct. But the fact is that if their prediction was based on a guess that more people would vote or Hillary, they were right.

By the way...the 90% prediction was like odds at a bookmaker. It was not a poll of voters.
 

Raoul_Luke

I feel a bit lightheaded. Maybe you should drive.
Sadly, you are correct. But the fact is that if their prediction was based on a guess that more people would vote or Hillary, they were right.

By the way...the 90% prediction was like odds at a bookmaker. It was not a poll of voters.
Was it or was it not based on their polling?
 

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Was it or was it not based on their polling?
Hillary Clinton continues to lead Donald Trump among likely voters with a current lead of 5 percentage points. Clinton holds 44% of likely voters while Trump is at 39%.

  • Clinton’s lead holds a smaller lead among likely voters on the 4-way ballot with a 3 percentage point margin, which includes Gary Johnson and Jill Stein (Clinton 42%; Trump 39%; Johnson 6%; and Stein 3%).
  • Clinton’s favorability among registered voters is down to 49%.
2016 US Pre-Elections - Clinton Has a 90% Chance of Winning (November 7) | Ipsos

Looks to me like they were pretty close on their poll

Trump got 46% and Clinton got 48%.
 

Raoul_Luke

I feel a bit lightheaded. Maybe you should drive.
Hillary Clinton continues to lead Donald Trump among likely voters with a current lead of 5 percentage points. Clinton holds 44% of likely voters while Trump is at 39%.

  • Clinton’s lead holds a smaller lead among likely voters on the 4-way ballot with a 3 percentage point margin, which includes Gary Johnson and Jill Stein (Clinton 42%; Trump 39%; Johnson 6%; and Stein 3%).
  • Clinton’s favorability among registered voters is down to 49%.
2016 US Pre-Elections - Clinton Has a 90% Chance of Winning (November 7) | Ipsos

Looks to me like they were pretty close on their poll

Trump got 46% and Clinton got 48%.
Close enough for politics (and nuclear strikes).
 
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